Last week was a very bad one for Donald Trump. There were two rather small (one, most likely, temporary) victories and a lot of losses. In fact, I think I’m seeing the beginning of the end. Alas, the end is not soon.
Today’s article is another destined to be inadequate attempt to catch up on the recent sins of the Trump administration. I would really like to just ignore this organized criminal enterprise until it goes away. That is also what they, along with Vladimir Putin, would like me to do so that they could perpetrate their evil deeds in relative obscurity until it proved to be too late. Let’s explore. Continue reading Another Installment Of The Administration We Can’t Ignore
Russian President Vladimir Putin wants to make Russia a world power again. Aside from its nuclear arsenal it is way too small by most other measures to attain such a status anywhere in his lifetime by overtaking other countries unless those other countries are significantly weakened. Nuclear war means mutually assured destruction (MAD) or something so close to it as to be unacceptable to any rational nation state. While Putin may be evil, he is rational. Putin never seems to smile. (Laughing at people is not smiling.) Let’s juxtapose those facts. Continue reading Making Putin Smile
Jeff Sessions is gone. There are rumors of Kirstjen Nielsen, John Kelly and Wilbur Ross getting canned in the very near future. My reaction is summed up by today’s sarcastic but truthful headline. Let’s explore. Continue reading Who Cares? No Great Loss!
Late last week and most of the weekend were dominated by memorials for Aretha Franklin and John McCain; a great singer and a great Senator. Eulogies are to funerals as hot dogs are to baseball games for most Americans. There were some that were well worth listening to. Let’s explore a few of them. Continue reading Eulogies And Observations